BUDGAM: Member Legislative Council Mr. Saif-u-Din Bhat Friday convened a meeting of officers from various departments to review ongoing development works being executed by Doodpathri Development Authority (DDA) at TRC Tangnar, here.
He was informed that tourists are being provided basic facilities at Doodpathri, for which required infrastructure is in place which has been created by the authority. It includes 13 huts, cafeteria, coffee shops, view points, rain-shutters and a public convenience besides T-20 building is under execution and will be completed shortly.
With regard to commitments made by the Chief Minister during his visit to Doodpathri, Mr Bhat was informed that issue of transfer of land from Forest Department for Golf Course, Anantnag Park and Cable Car project has already been taken up with the said Department. It was given out that Tosamaidan will be developed as circuit with Doodpathri and Gulmarg which has already been taken up with Administrative Department for appropriate action.
Mr. Bhat was also apprised that provision of drinking water, electricity, creation of various assets and identification of land for the purpose has already been discussed with concerned departments.
MLC directed the officers of various executing agencies to work in coordination so that development activities undertaken could be completed within the stipulated time frame fixed by the Chief Minister. He also inspected various other development works under taken by the authority.
Chief Executive Officer, DDA, Mr. Zahoor Ahmad, Executive Engineer DDA, R&B, electricity, PHE, DFO and other officers/officials of DDA were present in the meeting.
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